Monday, August 06, 2007

I strayed for a day and sewed a tote bag with a matching purse....... reversible with matching covered straps. I must have done a nice job cuz it's gone. I wanted to post a picture, but didn't get a chance. I was hoping my #2son's GF would like it, and she did!

I bought a sock book this weekend. Socks, Socks,Socks edited by Elaine Rowley. I really went to buy the Vintage Book, then saw the Favorites Book, then saw the above book. It is socktastic!
It has a wide assortment of patterns: simple,kids,lace,color,texture, I'm not getting a cut.
I wanted another way to form the heel, found some on line, but got a bee in my bonnet and convinced myself I needed 1 more knitting book. Unfortunately my children have inherited the disease. I've said so many times, "Just wait a day or two and the obsessiveness will lessen". Obviously I didn't hear myself over the sound of 'just one more book and I'll be done'.
It was worth it.


BeadKnitter said...

I love this book. I've often thought about trying to get a knit along going for the socks on the cover. They are so intriguing to me.

bobbi said...

you can't own too many knitting books.
any book for that matter.
enjoy it.

MollyBeees said...

The Rowley book rocks. It was one of the first sock books I got and I love the variety. Knitting books are like Jello...there's always I dating myself with that reference? :-)

NH Knitting Mama said...

I don't have a sock book yet. Maybe I'll have to check that out!

Kathy said...

I agree - It's a terrific book. Another of my fav's is "More Sensational Knitted Socks" by Charlene Schurch.

Now that I think of it - I have never seen a sock book that I don't like... :)